Ad te clamamus (Salve regina) (Christopher Tye)
- (Posted 2014-08-30) CPDL #32808:
- Editor: Ross Jallo (submitted 2014-08-30). Score information: Letter, 5 pages, 178 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: Original key (TTBarBB); note values halved. Editorial accidentals added. For practical use, a version of the missing Salve Regina text, from the 1502 Processionale ad usum Sarum, is included.
Title: Ad te clamamus (Salve regina)
Composer: Christopher Tye
Description: In the Sarum rite, a Marian antiphon could be sung as a separate evening devotion. This setting of part of the Salve Regina text may be a standalone composition, though it is more likely a surviving fragment of a complete polyphonic setting.
Original text and translations
Original text and translations may be found at Salve Regina.
The text set polyphonically by Tye is in bold. Note the textual differences between the Roman and Sarum versions of this antiphon.
Salve, regina misericordie:
Hail, queen of mercy: